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all of the technology schools come you'll find that the boys turn out in large numbers. again, we are supposed to say that males and females are cognitively interchangeable and that is the politically correct view among certain educators and politicians and certainly gender scholars. and i do think that there is a difference on average and we have several decades of feminism that fields or open and law and veterinary medicine. but they were male dominated. . . medicine. and there was always this and now more than ever, if you want to close this gap, you should major in petroleum engineering. you will make far more money if you become a petroleum engineer and early childhood education and sociology and yet young woman -- you don't find too many going into it. so if a boy wants to be an early childhood educator, or a girl wants to work on an oil rig, i think that's possible and there are still some barriers, but goerall, that seems to be the saying that it's some kind of injustice. i think that we should acknowledge on average they are more interested in technology and you will find
should acknowledge boys are more interested in technology and you will find more boys wanting to major in injun nearing. make a place for the young women but allowed that this is something boys are very interested in but what happened is we have wonderful programs with out reach to young women to get them to go into technical fields and it is almost as if we have forgot my boys. there is a wonderful professor at mcgil university, a professor of biomechanics and noticed all these boys on the streets of montreal with high dropout rates. a little club where they can come together and build things, they made a sterling engine out of coke cans and straws and something like that. doctor that these young men never held tools before. she gave them, they began to learn to use screwdrivers and hammers but it was something new to them and she realized something that was their birthright, young men tend to be tinkers and builders and acknowledging that there are those who are tinkerers and builders is as if many boys don't have access to these tools, they don't have outreach programs, they don't h
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